Lectures and Events Archive

Thursday, 01. June 2017

Special Lecture by Li-Huei Tsai (Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT, USA)

Title: "Sensory gamma entrainment attenuates Alzheimer’s disease pathology through activation of cell types" [more]

Thursday, 11. May 2017
Wednesday, 10. May 2017

Neuroscience Lecture by Hongkui Zeng (Structured Science Allen Institute Brain Science, Seattle, USA)

Title: "Genetic approaches to brain circuit mapping and cell type characterization" [more]

Friday, 05. May 2017
Wednesday, 19. April 2017
Wednesday, 22. March 2017

Minerva Lecture by Anne Ephrussi (EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany)

Title: "“Assembly of mRNPs for transport within and between cells of the Drosophila gremlin” [more]

Wednesday, 15. March 2017

Neuroscience Lecture by Germán Sumbre (Institut de Biologie de lÉcole Normale Supérieure Section de Neurosciences, Paris, France)

Title: "Characterization of the ongoing spontaneous activity of the zebrafish optic tectum: The biological significance and underlying mechanisms." [more]

Wednesday, 08. March 2017

Special Lecture by Adam Packer (Wolfson Institute for Biomedical Research, University College London, UK)

Title:"Technologies for all-optical interrogation of neural circuits in behaving animals" [more]

Wednesday, 08. February 2017

Neuroscience Lecture by Rui Oliveira (ISPA, Instituto Universitario Behavioral Biology, Lisbon, Portugal)

Title: "Social zebrafish: using zebrafish as a model in social neuroscience"  [more]

Wednesday, 18. January 2017
Wednesday, 09. November 2016

Neuroscience Lecture by Axel Borst (MPI of Neurobiology, Martinsried, Germany)

Title: "Neural Circuits for Elementary Motion Detection" [more]

Wednesday, 12. October 2016

Neuroscience Lecture by Casper Hoogenraad: Molecular Neuroscience - Cell Biology Utrecht University

Title: "Building a neuron: cytoskeleton organisation and transport mechanisms" [more]

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